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In Their Best Interest

By SYONA BHANDARI, junior FOR CENTURIES, Western nations have established a global order that they maintain through trade and military enforcement. If developing countries attempt to strengthen their own military in order to limit their dependence on Western nations, they would disrupt this system. The militarization of developing countries undermines the global order, causes detrimental … Continue reading

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Saving Snow Days

By SARIKA AKULA, junior IMAGINE WAKING up early in the morning, sleepily stumbling out of bed for school. You look outside your window and see a torrent of snowflakes flurrying outside, accumulating in piles on the ground. Your heart skips a beat as you walk out the bedroom door and down to the living room … Continue reading

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Adapting Together

By THE EDITORS-IN-CHIEF WITH ONE YEAR passing since the COVID-19 pandemic first interrupted in-person schooling, JP Stevens has made substantial changes to its learning models to better accommodate students who prefer the school environment. While all students attended school remotely in September, a hybrid learning model was introduced on October 19; students who chose the … Continue reading

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Worthy World Bank

By MRUNMAYI JOSHI, senior IN THE FACE of a year marked by acute suffering worldwide due to the explosion of the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing economic shutdowns, it is easy to forget that before this crisis, the world was still deeply unequal in terms of opportunities and resources for developing nations opportunities are not … Continue reading